Survey reveals disappointment in imaging IT capabilities

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In a recent unscientific survey conducted by the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine and Brad Levin, MBA, general manager, North America, Visage Imaging, respondents indicated that current imaging IT leaves much room for improvement.

Among the headline findings was the fact that 74 percent of respondents, which included a mix of radiologists and RIS/PACS admins, said hanging protocols don’t meet their needs, and 67 percent reported they don’t have easy access to prior images through their network.

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